Doug C. answered • 07/30/17

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How about 8 + (6 + 4 + 8/3 + 16/9 + ...)?

Equals 8 + 6/(1-2/3)

Sophia M.

asked • 07/29/17Is this even possible? I cannot find a correlation from a1 to a2 to a3.... so on. It's not Arithmetic or Geometric

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Doug C. answered • 07/30/17

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How about 8 + (6 + 4 + 8/3 + 16/9 + ...)?

Equals 8 + 6/(1-2/3)

Mark M. answered • 07/29/17

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6 / 8 = 2/3

4 / 6 = 2/3

(8/3) / 4 = 2/3

The common ratio is 2/3

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Agreed.

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